Buy 3 chess training programs for the price of 2
Order any two training programs in our online chess shop and get a third training program absolutely free. If your order is more than $120 / €100 Euro, you will get additional present.

New CT-ART 5.0 combines three excellent courses guiding you from beginner to advanced level.

ChessOK.com » International Open Internet Amateur Chess Tournament

International Open Internet Amateur Chess Tournament

logo_rs_gov

Russian State Social University, with information support of the Federal Agency for the Commonwealth of Independent States, Compatriots Living Abroad and International Humanitarian Cooperation, is inviting players to the International Open Internet Amateur Chess Tournament.

Rundown:

Platform: chessking.com
Dates: October 14 and October 28, 2018
Stages: eight 5-round stages throughout both days, you can play in any number of stages

You will need to go to the chessking.com playing zone and sign up for the tournament stages you want to play in.

For more info:
Tournament regulations (English)
Tournament regulations (Russian)

On October 14 and 28, Chess Tournaments of RSSU International Cup among amateurs were finished. There were more than one hundred tournament participants in 8 tournaments. The tournaments were held in accordance with Swiss Tour System : 5 rounds with time-limit of 5 minutes plus 3 seconds added for each move.According to the results of the tournament Nurmatov_A from Russia is the winner of the tournament . He has 140 points. Aydin2003 Shahpalangov Aydin from Azerbaijan is in the second place (129,5 points). The third place is given to EasternDream Rufat Guliev from Azerbaijan (112,5 points).The 4th place belongs to DVM1984 Montanu Dan Vladimir from Romania (104,5 points). Topal2018 (99 points) is the 5th. The 6th place is given to vsujizn2razryad Zaid Dzhabbardy from Azerbaijan (93 points). Bilet has the 7th place (80,5 points). The 8th place belongs to book.az Yuri Zenin from Azerbaijan (80 points). Rashid2005 Rashid Safarov from Azerbaijan is the 9th (76,5 points). Arseni Idrisov from Russia has the 10th ( 60 points).

Our congratulations to the winners!

Study chess online on Chess King Learn! Time-proven training courses, thousands of examples and exercises.

Start playing right now in your web browser on Chess King Playing Zone! Teams, tournaments, training, analysis and much more!

7-man Lomonosov Tablebases provide deeper-than-ever insight into chess endgame.

Download weekly chess database updates (containing 2000+ games) with latest tournaments and games in PGN and Chess Assistant format.

More »